Analysing Opioid Substitution Therapy in India: A Comprehensive Narrative Review

  • Yasha Sinha
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  • Yasha Sinha

    Student at MIT World Peace University, India

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The state of opioid substitution therapy (OST) in India is critically examined in this comprehensive narrative analysis. It gives an extensive investigation of medication use designs, the effects of narcotics, the viability of OST on human physiology, and the regulative and administrative structures that oversee OST rehearses in the country. Setting the stage, the presentation resolves the multi-layered issues presented by drug use in India and underlines the requirement for a complete arrangement to relieve its ramifications. With a complete survey of the standards and viability of Narcotic Replacement Treatment (OST), the subject is contextualized inside the more extensive system of narcotic use. The fundamental part of the examination takes a gander at the physiological effects of OST and outlines its benefits with clever contextual investigations. The examination cautiously considers the benefits and difficulties of OST reception, giving an understanding into how treating sedative reliance and withdrawal symptoms may be utilized. The study examines Indian travel regulations and laws as it pertains to the legal landscape. It investigates existing systems, featuring areas of underutilization and presenting the Defense for changes by adjust strategies to a sympathetic way to deal with general wellbeing. A summary of the most important findings and some well-thought-out recommendations round out the study. These proposals stress the need to address narcotic reliance from a wellbeing driven perspective and advance the consideration of OST in general wellbeing drives. In order to contribute to a comprehensive discussion on addressing opioid dependency in the Indian context, the study concludes with a comprehensive understanding of the difficulties and potential solutions.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 261 - 280


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